• Dissertation
    Why there was no ‘growth miracle’: The role of trade policy in developing the Sri Lankan economy, 1956-82 Candidate Number 19230 Contents: Section 1: Introduction - Question - Reasons for comparing Sri Lanka and the East Asian countries - Sources - Evidence in favour of the East...
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  • Sri Lanka Tourism
    Value of the Elephant in Sri Lankan Society by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell November 2005 THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND ISSN 1327-8231 WORKING PAPERS ON ECONOMICS, ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT Working Paper No. 133 The History and Value of the Elephant in Sri Lankan Society by ...
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  • Cost Benefit Analysis
    Cost benefit analysis of the 2024 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN SRI LANKA Table of Contents 1.0 Introduction to Scenario 3 2.0 Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) 3 2.1 Why CBA using over other project appraisal techniques 4 2.2 Merits of Using CBA 5 3.0 Steps of Cost Benefit Analysis 7 4.0 Costs...
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  • Italy
    Business Economics and Exports Italy began to industrialize late in comparison to other European nations, and until World War II was largely an agricultural country. However, after 1950 industry was developed rapidly so that by the 1990s industry contributed about 35% of the annual gross domestic product...
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  • Management
    it was known as Sri Lanka’s Green Old Lady. Hotel started out as an Old Dutch villa known as “Galle face House”. This hotel is the only Heritage City hotel overlooking the Indian Ocean. The Galle face hotel was built a section at a time. Starting point was from the centre area. After that it led to the...
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  • Rubber Plantations
    Tea production in Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, is of high importance to the Sri Lankan economy and the world market. The country is the world's fourth largest producer of tea and the industry is one of the country's main sources of foreign exchange and a significant source of income for laborers, with...
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  • Macro Economics
    under different subject matter. 2.0 Which of these factors most influence economic growth in Sri Lanka? All the above stated factors play a pivotal role pertaining to economic growth. Therefore even Sri Lanka’s economic growth is influenced by those factors for certain extent. Low inflation and interest...
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  • Report on Tourism of Bangladesh
    The Development of the Tourism Industry of Bangladesh over the last three years Prepared for Mr. Arafat Rahman Course Instructor BUS 104, 18th Batch BBA Program October 03, 2009 Prepared by Muhammad Musfiqur Rahman ID: 18b931 Group Section no.: 01 The Development of the Tourism Industry of Bangladesh...
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  • Knowledge Management
    Development Bank and CAI–Asia Center, 2010. 1. Knowledge management. 2. Air pollution. 3. Climate change. 6. Nepal. 7. Thailand. 8. Philippines. 9. Sri Lanka. I. Asian Development Bank. II. CAI–Asia Center. 4. Transport. 5. Indonesia. This report was prepared by the CAI–Asia Center under the...
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  • Dialog
    chain while continuing to build on our strength in the food manufacturing sector. We entered new product categories and invested in people and in technology to harness this expansion. We redefined our place in the dairy sector acquiring a brand with a distinct identity that is synonymous with the industry...
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  • Sohelrana
    on Dec 2009 and formed the cabinet. The government carried out their first commitment to | |the people after hanging the victims of Shekh Mujibur Rahman. Now they are preceding the case of war criminals, BDR mutiny. Yet the government could| |not overcome to solve the electricity/ gas problems. Opposition...
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  • Tourism Management
    ARTICLE IN PRESS Tourism Management 27 (2006) 1093–1100 www.elsevier.com/locate/tourman Research article Medical tourism: Sea, sun, sand and y surgery John Connellà School of Geosciences, University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia Received 1 November 2005; accepted 29 November 2005 Abstract...
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  • trade agreements
    four years Sri Lanka is growing from every aspect in the region. A twenty six year war ended in May 2009, and resettlement of civil displaced persons is largely completed. The country context has changed dramatically in recent years. The macroeconomic situation is much better than ever. Sri Lanka has become...
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  • Current Political and Social Problems of Pakistan
    transitions - Discrimination of Sex • POLITICAL PROBLEMS: Pakistan has been has been facing a number of political problem, specially after the start of 21st century. Political problems are lead by none other than the political parties themselves. These problems greatly affect the normal...
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  • Geo-Political & Geo-Economical Significance of Bangladesh
    can do anything in our area. We can use it in two senses 1. Realist sense 2.Liberal sense ECOOMIC POTENTIALITY FROM FISHERY & TOURISM IN THE BAY OF BENGLE The fisheries sectors plays a vital role in the national economy in terms of income generation. Employment opportunities and nutrition. It contribute...
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  • Measuring the impact of level of customer satisfaction on company revenues; Survey on Sri Lankan Travel Agencies
    customer satisfaction on company revenues; Survey on Sri Lankan Travel Agencies Introduction/Rationale Customer satisfaction is a term used among many organizations and businesses; this is the level of happiness or pleasure created in a customer after selling a product or service to that customer. Most...
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  • Research
    Investment Review Vol. 1, No. 1, April 2005 Ready-Made Garment Industry in Sri Lanka: Preparing to Face the Global Challenges Saman Kelegama* ABSTRACT ith the phasing out of the Multi-Fibre Arrangement (MFA), the Sri Lankan economy, highly dependent on garment exports, has become vulnerable to...
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  • Tourism in BD
     Tourism Policy of the Government of Bangladesh Summary The expansion of the tourism throughout the world has increased competition among the tourist destinations, trying to attract more tourists by adopting appropriate marketing techniques and strategies. Failure...
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  • Tourism Impact in Lumbini
    constructed new temples and monasteries. • The Buddhist associations of China, Myanmar and Gautami Nuns have their separate pagodas. The ones by Japan, Sri Lanka and Vietnam are under construction. • Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, was born in 623 B.C. in the famous gardens of Lumbini, which soon became...
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  • Youth and Consumerism
    The politics of land reform and land settlement in Sri Lanka By Sunil Bastian Introduction It is possible to analyse land reforms using a variety of frameworks. The most common one found in literature, especially among those concerned about the economy, is to link the land reform debate with the objective...
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